One of the main obstacles holding back mass adoption of Bitcoin is that it’s not all that easy for the average person to buy it.
while we love what software can do for us, we also like having a safety net
We like to think that we form our views based on evidence, but in fact we view the evidence selectively to confirm our preexisting views.
This doesn’t happen very often.
Carl Icahn has been foiled in one of his activist investing ploys, and by none other than Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL).
Yesterday the Obama administration announced that healthcare.gov “will work smoothly for the vast majority of users.” Presumably they intended this as some sort of victory announcement after their self-imposed deadline of December 1 to fix the many … Continue reading →
Just a few kind words from a handful of federal officials about the positive aspects of the Bitcoin market Monday afternoon were all it took to send the digital currency rocketing from $675 to $900 in a matter of hours.
If you think Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) will do a booming business on Cyber Monday this year, consider that Chinese shoppers will spend more money today with that country’s top e-commerce website, Alibaba.com Ltd., than American shoppers will spend on Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
After more than 30 years in the markets, I’ve seen all kinds of new technologies that are supposed to change the world. Most are pumped by little-known companies with overly hyped marketing, aggressive underwriters, and little more than vaporware. To say I’m jaded would be an understatement.
Ezra Klein, one of the biggest supporters of Obamacare the statute, has already called the launch of Obamacare a “disaster,” and it looks like things are now getting worse: as people are actually able to buy insurance, … Continue reading →
There’s a shake-up brewing in the business world. Al Mulally, CEO of a rejuvenated, refocused, and red-hot Ford Motor Company, may be heading over to Microsoft, where CEO Steve Ballmer is retreating under fire.